OUR POLICY REPORTS ON REGULATORY REFORM
The Citizen's Guide to the Wisconsin Administrative State
This publication provides an overview of the constitutional and statutory underpinnings of the administrative state, an overview of the rulemaking process, how the Legislature and the public at large are empowered to hold agencies accountable to the law, and what to do if an agency does not play by the rules.
JCRAR Suspends Burdensome Pool Rule for Rentals
WILL testified in favor of the JCRAR action to suspend the burdensome regulations until the next legislative session after consulting with numerous homeowners who are caught in this regulatory catch-22.
Six Reforms to Improve Wisconsin's Regulatory Climate
A recent WILL study found that the Wisconsin Administrative Code contains more than 161,000 restrictions, making Wisconsin the most regulated state on a per-capita basis in the Great Lakes region. WILL Policy Director, Kyle Koenen, and WILL Deputy Counsel, Lucas Vebber, provide six specific reforms that policymakers can adopt to address Wisconsin’s burdensome regulatory climate.
Wisconsin Regulation in Focus
Wisconsin Regulation in Focus, by WILL Bradley Freedom Fellow and University of Wisconsin – La Crosse Professor, Adam Hoffer, PhD, and James Broughel, PhD, Senior Research Fellow at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University, provides an in-depth review of Wisconsin’s regulatory process, the volume of rules in the Wisconsin Administrative Code, the costs and burdens of regulation, and recommendations for reform.
What the Green New Deal Could Cost a Typical Household
WILL partners with national policy organizations to estimate impact of Green New Deal to Wisconsin The News: According to a new study, the Green New Deal would hit the average family in Wisconsin […]
Wisconsin Not Washington: Unleashing the Creative Potential of a Purple State
Regulations have turned Sheboygan into a “No Growth” Zone July 12, 2017 – Milwaukee, WI – Today, the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty’s Center for Competitive Federalism (“CCF”), […]